Get in touch with nature at today's Earth Day celebration on the UA Mall at 10 a.m. More than 30 organizations from around the state will share information on recycling, alternative fuel and a variety of other health-conscious tips for the day. There will be a host of demonstrations, volunteer opportunities and voter registration and petition tables across the Mall. The day will conclude with a speech by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Student Union Arizona Ballroom. For more information, call Alana Levine at 621-1264.
Before you grab a bite to eat, check out today's Sex, Race and Globalization Spring 2001 series at 10 a.m. This lecture will address relevant topics in today's society including gender roles around the world. Seating is limited, and students are advised to show up to Modern Languages Room 451 early. For more information on this seminar, call Cathy Chaput at 626-3431.
Do college students' needs and desires really affect the legislation passed by the government? If you are looking to interact with the big officials and give them a piece of your mind, stop by the Memorial Student Union Rincon Room tonight at 5 p.m., when the UA welcomes Arizona's Attorney General Janet Napolitano. She will speak about student
issues and concerns, as well as invite questions from the audience. Free food will be provided after the discussion. For more information, contact Kelly Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The time has come again for late-night pigskin brawls and rowdy UA football fans. For a sneak peak at your Arizona Wildcats and head coach John Mackovic's secret plays, check out the Spring Game tomorrow at 1 p.m. While the game will be held in the Arizona Stadium, the festivities will begin at 11 a.m. on the Bear Down field. There will be free food and drinks for everyone, so bring the whole gang. For more information on the Pigskin Pigout and pre-game party, call 621-CATS.
Put on your tennis shoes, grab a water bottle, and get ready for Sunday's Race for Bobbi Olson. Sponsored by UA greek fraternities and sororities, the day will include a loop around the campus and fun once you're done. Proceeds will go to the Cancer Center's Bobbi Olson Memorial Fund. Registration begins at 10 a.m. on the corner of East First Street and North Warren Avenue. For more information regarding this benefit race, call the Greek Life offices at 621-8046.